Water Bearer


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Water Bearer

[′wȯd·ər ′ber·ər]
(astronomy)

Water Bearer

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

The Water Bearer is a popular name for the sign Aquarius.

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These flaws are masked by our pride just like the un-cracked pot whose insecurities were evident once he listened to the comments of the water bearer. The un-cracked pot was unhappy within himself -- he was immersed in his own envy, hurting himself to see his counterpart prosper despite his powerlessness.
Their revolutionary struggle fails due to the action of the water bearer Gunga Din, who, by sounding the alarm with a bugle, warns the British Army that they are walking into an ambush set by the Thugees.
THE WATER BEARER: You're fluid, you go with the flow, and, yes, like Sambora and Co.
AQUARIUS (THE WATER BEARER): Any clear liquid, including Cinzano, Windolene and contact lens solution.
18) The Water Bearer is on the road again, and at this point she could write her own travel guide.
He traveled on to Paris where he studied chemistry with Lavoisier, but was almost a victim himself of the Reign of Terror, escaping France in 1793 disguised as a water bearer. He visited the Cornish tin mines, and made a final tour of Austria, Transylvania and Saxony before setting sail for Mexico.
The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz (1955; 91 minutes; b&w; Spanish with English subtitles; Water Bearer Films) succeeds because Bunuel deeply identifies with his shallow hero.
Following Capricornus in the zodiac are mostly faint Aquarius (the Water Bearer, a running figure pouring water from a bucket) and very faint Pisces (a pair of fish tied together by long cords).
Aquarius, the Water Bearer, sprawls across the sky behind brilliant Mars this fall.
MARCH Buckle down, Water Bearer. All that positive energy in your aura could stagnate if you don't master self-discipline.